Stefano Boeri Interiors designed the new exhibition concept for the 2023 edition of FIND, following the great success of the first edition, where the studio designed “The Italian Design Futures Capsule.” The capsule will host key Italian brands and offer a perfect combination of Italian design and creativity. Architects Stefano Boeri and Giorgio Donà and their team of the multidisciplinary studio Stefano Boeri Interiors have designed a space that showcases new products and creations launched by emerging companies and talents. Innovation, attention to environmental impact, creativity tout court, cultural exchange and digital experiences are the key words of the design of the pavilion. The exhibition layout conceived by Stefano Boeri Interiors develops around a ‘square’ that represents a meeting place dedicated to the exchange and sharing of visions and projects, generated by the intersection of two large orthogonal “public boulevards.” Inspired by the historic gateways of Italian cities, the entrances to “The Italian Design Futures Capsule” are identified by large monumental green portals that help visitors orient themselves within the pavilion. The central square is the beating heart of the entire set-up, where visitors converge to participate in formative moments of listening and dialogue, provided by the Global Summit, curated by Yoko Choy, which will bring together opinion leaders to discuss the developments that are driving the design industry today, and will host masterclasses held in collaboration with INTERNI magazine, directed by Gilda Bojardi. The traveling exhibition “Italia Geniale” dedicated to enhancing the heritage of trademarks and patents and telling the story of Italian design – organized in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy in Singapore and with the support of ICE and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, organized by ADI (Association for Industrial Design)- will be hosted along the main boulevard. Within “The Italian Design Futures Capsule,” companies’ exhibition spaces are conceived as large districts crossed by public avenues. Visitors will be able to stroll through them thanks to connecting corridors that will guide them to discover the latest in Italian design.